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What you need to know about: Pedophilia

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We fear and despise pedophiles all over the World !

In Morocco, people were shocked to hear that a child molester called Daniel; -a Spanish pedophile who rapped 11 little boys and girls and was sentenced to 30 years of prison has been liberated after spending a year and a half in jail by a royal decree-. The same people pacifically protested yesterday and were violently oppressed !

The criminal is free now ! He is back on the streets of another country, somewhere far away from our moroccan children !

Unfortunately, other pedophiles are still out here in Morocco and that’s why we need to know who they are so we can -at least- protect our children.

Here are some facts about Pedophilia and Pedophiles:

  1. The term pedophilia was coined in 1886 by psychiatrist Richard von Krafft-Ebing.
  2. Pedophilia is when an adult is sexually attracted to and/or fantasizes about prepubescent (under the age of 13) children.
  3. Pedophiles can come in any shape, socio-economic group, race or gender.
  4. Many pedophiles report being sexually abused as children.
  5. Although no scientific causes of pedophilia have been identified, one theory supposes that it’s a genetic disorder.
  6. Treatment for pedophiles often includes a combination of psychotherapy and medication.
  7. Therapy is used to help the pedophile talk about and work through his or her identity and childhood problems.
  8. The Internet and social networking websites make it easier for pedophiles to target young children.
  9. Pedophiles may have the following things in common: low self esteem; awkward in adult social situations, especially with women; painful childhood experiences; self-obsession; and the sense that he or she is still a child.
  10. Experts say simple safety guidelines can protect children and teens from child abuse. These include:
    • Never giving out your personal information on the Internet or to strangers.
    • Avoid talking to strangers or anyone who makes you feel uncomfortable or scared.
    • Let your parents know where you are and whom you’re with at all times.
    • Remember that people are not always who they say they are on the internet.

6 tips for a better Ramadan

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6 tips for a better Ramadan

Hello there Blog friends,

I hope you’re doing really well.

Today, I wanted to share with you 6 easy tips to have a great Ramadan:

1/ Give a dirham a day in charity…or five or ten 😀

The Prophet Muhammad PBUH was always generous but even more so in Ramadan. Let’s open our hearts and dig a little deeper in our wallets this year.

Whatever you can give, it’s the intention that counts.

2/ Go to Tarawih prayers:

Post-Iftar, the first urge is to sleep after an exhausting day. But try your best to head out to the mosque for Tarawih prayers. Praying alone is wonderful, but doing it in congregation is fantastic.

3/ Stop swearing and/or backbiting:

It’s hard not to shoot our mouths off when someone’s upset us. In Ramadan, when we want to build our spirituality, we’ve got to fight our bad habits.

4/ Call – email your relatives and friends:

Strengthening ties with family members and keeping in touch with friends is part of our way of life. This Ramadan, call family and friends or at least email them a Ramadan card and ask them how their fasting is going.

5/ Read 20 pages of Quran a day…just 20, not more, not less:

As in 4 after every prayer. The choice is yours. The point is simply to connect with God through His revelation in the month of the Quran.

6/ Forgive everyone who has hurt you:

Still got a festering wound from the fight with your friend last year? Or are you still bitter about the way your parents sometimes treated you as a kid? Let go of the anger this Ramadan and forgive those who have hurt you.

Forgiving someone is not only good for the body, but it’s also great for the soul and in Ramadan, ten days of which are devoted to Allah’s forgiveness, shouldn’t we lesser beings forgive too ?

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